March 23, 2012

Sublime giveaway!

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Guess who's helping us celebrate Feeling Stitchy's birthday this month?! That would be Jenny from Sublime Stitching, who is offering up an extra-special birthday bundle to one of you lucky peeps. Jenny guest blogs on Feeling Stitchy and has shown us tons of neat stuff over the years, and it's extra-sweet of her to show us a little birthday love!

If you keep up with the Sublime Stitching blog, you may have seen Jenny's cool post on how to make an Epic Sampler. Maybe you were thinking - hey, I'd love to do that - but then you got distracted by work, laundry, a tuna sandwich, or kitten videos. Well, you know what - the winner will get everything you need to make an Epic Sampler!

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Here's what one lucky winner will receive:
Fridge Magnets
Epic Alphabet
Tattoo Your Towels
Vintage Lamps
A special sample mix of Glow-in-the-Dark & Metallic threads (put together by Stephanie)

Woo-hoo! To win, leave a comment on this post and tell us one project you would make with your bundle. Please include your email address too! All Feeling Stitchy readers are welcome, including our international peeps. You have until Sunday, March 25, 9 PM Central Time to comment, after which comments will be closed and one winner will be announced on Monday. Ready guys? Let's hear some ideas! :)

344 comments:

  1. I'd love to make a little something to hang in my kitchen!

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  2. I've always wanted to make a lovely little sampler.
    Rebecca@deutschemexicana.com

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  3. i'd probably use the metallic thread to jazz up some vintage lamps.

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  4. Wow what a bundle. I would definitely make some EPIC glow in the dark magnets and at least one awesome towel for my daughter. I could do so much with this bundle

    Happy Birthday

    Tracey (stitchinwolf@yahoo.co.uk)

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  5. I am am "retroing" my kitchen and would love to make either some fridge magnet or towels to give it an old school yet hip look!
    Louise
    louise.felker@gmail.com

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  6. If I were to win this bundle, I'd make an EPIC sampler to hang in the entry way of the first home I'll be making wih the love of my life. That we'll be moving into in about a month. Just enough time to design and stitch it up! While packing, and moving, and buying new furniture. . .

    It's going to be AWESOME! <3

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  7. I just want to grab one peice of fabric, transfer the patterns and just stitch. I'll figure out what to turn it into later...

    tanya.daws@gmail.com

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  8. I found you through Jenny, and I love all the stitchery. I've added your blog to my Blogger dashboard, because you look like the sort of folk I'd love to hang around with.

    Anyway, I'd make a curtain for the windowed door that divides my kitchen from the laundry hallway (it's an odd little house).

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  9. I'd like to make some vintage inspired kitchen towels!
    Valerie
    vlvivas@yahoo.com

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  10. Oh my goodness... I couldn't stop at just one project. Sampler, tea towel, lamp... and more. It would be the kick in the pants I need to keep practising my french knots!!!

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  11. I'd squeeze a Vintage Lamp image in the little spaces between designs on the Duvet, and embroider the base in metallic floss, and the lampshades in glow-in-the-dark floss!!! eeeee!!!

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  12. oops! Forgot: giddy99@yahoo.com

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  13. An epic sampler of course! Glow in the dark lamps, shiny fridge-magnet-style lettering and an awesome phrase in the epic font.

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  14. My office at work is sad, sad, sad and so very bland - I'd make a sampler to brighten it up!

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  15. Love, love, love this. I would make something just for ME! Perhaps for the kitchen or my bathroom.
    esmerlda27 AT yahoo DOT com

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  16. What a fun package! I'd make some fun kitchen towels and would love to try to embroider some real kitchen magnets with the Fridge Magnets pattern!

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  17. I've been wanting to do a maaaaaaaj-ah sampler for years now and this would put me on the right track!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Andrea - littlelifeofmine.blogspot.com

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  18. Great giveaway!

    My cat loves to sit on this one particular pillow, so I would use this kit to make a pillow cover that says 'CAT' with an x marking the spot.
    I've tried to make my own, and it was a miserable failure.

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  19. I'd love to make a whole duvet covered in stitching. I've seen giddgy99 doing one on Flickr and I would to try and do one too. Maybe just a single bed though eh?

    wickedsister69@mgmail.com

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  20. Ooh...the possibilities are endless! Hmm...lets see. I would most likely do a magnet and towel matching set for my kitchen!!

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!
    amysbooksnyarn{at}gmail{dot}com

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  21. Pillow cases I think! I love embroidered pillowcases

    smonky0 AT gmail DOT com

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  22. what a great giveaway, thanks. I would make a sampler of my sons name to frame for his bedroom using some of the really cool glow in dark thread - he would love it.

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  23. The epic alphabet is epic! I popped my non-cross stitch based embroidery cherry with this month's stitchalong, and I now have some nice lacy pieces of fabric I want to embroider with not-so-nice-and-lacy words.
    -Cat
    catherine. mchattie@ gmail.com

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  24. These are wonderful! I would make some new tea towels for myself and possibly for xmas presents!

    gnightstar@gmail.com

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  25. I want to make an alphabet to hang on the wall! That alphabet is adorable!
    aesprouse at gmail dot dom

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  26. I'd love to win something from my two favorite places on the web-feeling stitchy and Sublime Stitching. I'd put together the mother of all samplers. It would take a specially made frame to contain the thing-if that would even be possible!

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  27. I would LOVE to tattoo my towels in my bathroom HIS and HERS in those wicked metallic colours.
    The lamp sampler would be fun too, you could use the glow-in-the-dark thread to make the lightbulbs really light up!

    sooo awesome

    jamspom@hotmail.com

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  28. I've been meaning to make an olde-y time-y sampler using ss's heavy metal alphabet, but the epic alphabet is wonderful too. I'd never seen it before.

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  29. I think I want to add some fun to my kitchen towels. Make it fun.

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  30. I would love to stitch some fun towels for my boring bathroom. And a sampler. And some pillowcases for friends!

    Hope

    hjane1017@hotmail.com

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  31. I think the project would be a cushion cover - I've been planning to make a new one to living room :)

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  32. I would make a glow in the dark sampler with a secret message in the middle... not sure what it would say yet... maybe Stitching Rocks!!.... It's a work in progress!!

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  33. I would tattoo some towels for a housewarming gift for a friend.
    Lisajean.mcneil@gmail.com

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  34. I would love to make an alphabet sampler. I love Sublime Stitching. Awesome! Thank you. aileenbell@cox.net

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  35. I would use the glow in the dark thread on my daughter's pillow case! Thank you for the chance to win.

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  36. What a great pack combo.
    I think that I would start with the "tattoo your towels" and make some rockabilly shirts for my boys (hubby included of course). The projects would just go on from there, so many things to do, so little time to do them

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  37. I'd make some tea towels for decorating my kitchen - always fun!

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  38. I'd make a wall hanging with glow in the dark vintage lamps. I'd hang it in my sunroom where I have some actual vintage lamps. And I'd make a sampler which I'd hang in my kiddo's room.

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  39. I would make a new table runner. Thank you for the chance to win such a fun bundle of goodies.

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  40. The lamps, I love them. I am going to get them if I don't win, lol.
    B.freecaster(a)gmail.com

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  41. I would love to make some tea towels, maybe an apron, and some cozies for my future new kitchen :) We're looking at buying a new house, and I want to make it MINE. All mine ;)

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  42. Oh, wow. I'm still new to stitching, so there's a lot of opportunity to cover things in stitches at my house. Maybe another wall hanging for the kitchen that glows in the dark to light my way to midnight snacks. :)

    spcase at gmail dot com

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  43. Carrieann PainterMarch 23, 2012 at 9:50 AM

    Happy Birthday Feeling Stitchy!

    I've come out of hiding to try and win this epic bundle :).

    I'm moving out of my family home for the first time ever and have been dying to stitch a lovely happy home owl sampler and this bundle would make my dreams come true and my front room pretty.

    Carrieann

    xoxo

    carrieann1@hotmail.co.uk

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  44. My kids would love for me to use the glow in the dark thread to make a cool wall hanging or pillow (maybe with their name) for their bedroom.

    heidikins317@gmail.com

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  45. I think it would be fun to embroider some curtains!

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  46. What a great giveaway!
    If I'm the lucky one, I would totally use the patterns to personalized gifts for 2 of my pregnant friends and the glow in the dark thread will be a special touch!

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  47. I would definitely do the sampler they posted about. It's so awesome!!!

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  48. I'd make a pillow and some kitchen towels.

    purplepix@aol.com

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  49. I would make an array of fancy projects. I'm getting married in three weeks and moving out of home for the first time. I would go bug nuts crazy making projects for the home.

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  50. Awesome giveaway! I saw the Epic Sampler and almost ordered the kit. I want to make an Epic Wall Hanging to go in my craft room on my hoopla wall.

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  51. I always am running out of or losing magnets so I would totally make some of those!! They would be so cute, maybe they would stay put!

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  52. I would love to make the Epic Alphabet for my grandgirls! Or maybe do the transfers and send them to the girls so they can try it themselves. Last time I visited I taught them how to embroider (they are 9 and 11) and the 3 of us worked on our projects together. Bliss.

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  53. I would love to make an alphabet sampler! I've been seeing the cutest ones lately. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  54. I think I would embroider a tee for my toddler with the fridge magnet letters. Love those!

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  55. How fun! I would make a sampler using the Epic Alphabet. It's a modern twist on the samplers from the 1800s.

    Email: albhenderson@gmail.com

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  56. This would be super cute to do a sampler on a pillow case for my niece's room! Great giveaway and Happy weekend!

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  57. Oh my! Where to start. As I want to go retro in my kitchen, I would love something that glows in the dark for those 'late night' snaacks.
    -Katrina

    katrina_kerr@hotmail.com

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  58. I'd use it to make a beautiful sampler for my mom, for mother's day. She is now 3,000 miles away & needs a pick-me-up!

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  59. How fun! The towel tattoos are calling my name!

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  60. The first thing I would make are tea towels; I'd love to make some for Mother's Day.

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  61. I'm brand new to embroidery and just got one of Jenny's books!

    So I'd just make a simple sampler. Maybe my name with the epic alphabet and some sparkly thread.

    madameugly@yahoo.com

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  62. I would make a sampler for my son's room. He is learning is ABC's right now!

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  63. I'm make a cool sampler to hang in my studio! ~Emily emsydaisy@aol.com

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  64. I would love to embroider some aprons for my boys (and how fun would those fridge magnets be to make their names?!).

    catherineh_78 AT yahoo DOT com

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  65. Hmmm... An idea popped into my head when I read this and the more I think about it, the more excited I am.

    I would make a rad kitchen-themed cover for my Kitchen Aid stand mixer! And I would probably put my name on it, too, because I'm like that.

    I might even put a snarky message like "KEEP OUT" in white on white so midnight kitchen raiders would know to stay away...

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  66. I'm all about the epic alphabet sampler!

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  67. Love Sublime! Would be interested in trying those glow in the dark threads too!

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  68. I'd love to make a tattoo sampler for a few of my friends who are tattoo artists, and an epic label for my fiancee's band.

    schneckm@gmail.com

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  69. Wooo! I'd love a new sampler pattern. and letters to do "whatever" with.

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  70. Love to make covered books, also fancy a white linen embroidered tablecloth for outdoors this summer.

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  71. What I would do with this stuff is just jazz up my walls. My boyfriend and I have filled up our walls with as many posters and photos, but I want to start making small embroideries to put in the spaces that still need fillers. I have tons of Sublime Stitching patterns, but not these!!

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  72. I'm a novice quilter...how cool it would be to use these patterns in a quilt with corresponding fabrics!

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  73. What a great giveaway! Thanks for including us in all of the b-day celebrations :).

    I love the epic alphabet! I have a whole box of tea towels in the craft room waiting to get dolled up with some stitching!

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  74. I would like to make a sampler and glow in the dark fridge magnets. Such a wonderful giveaway!
    eclecticlamb@gmail.com

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  75. I would have to make myself a set of tea towels, as I have always made for others but never myself!

    email mrsleevis@yahoo.com

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  76. I love your giveaway! I would make something very special for my sweet friend, I'm looking for something sweet to make for her. Thank you!

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  77. I'd love to make some new home gifts for my son and his partner, who are hoping to get their first home in a couple of months time. Just long enough to give me enough time to make something!

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  78. I'd love to try a glow in the dark owl for my 15 month old daughter's owl-themed room!

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  79. I'd use the Epic Alphabet and make some fun ransom note looking gifts for people. Or a sampler. I've been wanting to do an alphabet sampler for a while now. :)

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  80. I would love to make some kitchen towels with the days of the week! Thanks for the cool giveaway!
    c1ndee96 at yahoo dot com

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  81. I'm into making handbags and totes. I'd put some tatoos on a mini messenger bag or a cute little clutch. Thanks for the chance to win! Sandy

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  82. My Dad's a big tattoo guy so I'd make a hoop from the Tattoo set for his home office! Thank you for a great giveaway!

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  83. Awesome! I'm new to stitching so would use this to make my very first stitching project...a sampler for my baby's room! Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

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  84. It seems like most of my friends are in the marrying/getting a house/having babies stage of life, and I've dying to make them lovingly harrasatory things to hang on their walls!


    What an awesome giveaway, thanks!

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  85. I think I would start with some kitchen towels!

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  86. Definitely a sampler for me too. I've never made one.

    leahthezombie at gmail dot com

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  87. ooh, I'd definitely stitch a hand-pieced sampler for my son's room with the letters in his name in glowy thread. I've been making paper pieced haxagons from his old sleepsuits, and i think they are the perfect size for these letters.

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  88. as soon as i saw the epic alphabet, my jaw dropped & i said out loud, "i must do that!!"

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  89. An epic sampler would be fun to make, and I've also been wanting to embroider some tea towels for myself as I have made many for gifts. I love how well Jenny's patterns work -- they transfer so beautifully.

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  90. I think I would make an embroidered greeting card!

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  91. I'd like to stitch something Spiderman-ish for my 6 year old nephew with some glow in the dark webs!

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  92. I would definitely do an alphabet sampler for my wall! I surprisingly haven't stitched one yet. :)

    ~Kristin
    sewtechnicolor (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  93. Awesome! I've never used metallic thread before, so I'd definitely make some glitzy embroidered embellishments, maybe on a plain collared cardigan. Fun giveaway! hostess@host-itnotes.com

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  94. I would like to make a sampler as well. But those alphabets would also make cute monograms on small gifts like bookmarks or coin purses!

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  95. I'd love to embroider a pillow with the letters...Or embroider a relative's name and frame it and send it to them for Xmas or their birthday!
    claratheglumbumble@hotmail.fr

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  96. Oh man that is an awesome prize pack! I would totally make an epic alphabet sampler! I loved the idea that Jenny shared earlier this month on her blog! So that would be at the top of my list!

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  97. I would make an epic sampler honoring my three grandchildren (2, 4, & 6).
    jlalexia(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  98. Oh my goodness--do I have to choose just ONE project?!! I LOVE everything that Jenny has made and these 4 transfers would be an awesome addition to my collection. I think I'd probably start out with some tea towels and napkins as a Mother's Day gift to my Grandma. She taught me how to embroider (although Jenny refined my skills) and my Grandma LOVES everything I embroider for her. Definitely a gift from the heart!

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  99. I am a huge fan of her patterns but haven't made any yet. I'd love to have a chance to try them!

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  100. I just started stitching and need to practice letters like no body's business ... maybe it would become a throw pillow for my youngest who will move up to a big kid bed soon.

    brireb(at)frontier(dot)com

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  101. I'd try and make my first EPIC alphabet sampler--I've only been stitching for a few months now :). I bet it would look great in my spare bedroom/craft space!

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  102. i would like to make a cool design for a bustier top i am currently in the process of designing...then a baby blanket for my expecting cousin in germany...and some cool pillow cases for my naked pillows on my bed!! k_rod1111@yahoo.com

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  103. This kicks so much culo! I would add a little of the glow in the dark thread to the eyes on my Owlbert tote I'm still working on, then use the patterns to jazz up my otherwise boring backpack. I've just been thinking it needs some peppa!

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  104. i would make so many tea towels! omg... i just wanna go tea towel crazy!
    xo- dani goodgodthehottnessofthedani@gmail.com

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  105. I love the Epic Alphabet, so I'd make a sampler or use it to monogram towels.

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  106. What to make??? SO many cute things!! How about a glow in the dark fridge magnet sampler for the playroom!?

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  107. I'm an embroidery newbie - just got my first supplies from Sublime Stitching - but I've been thinking about a pillow for our baby Molly's room. Something incorporating her name and birthdate with the tattoo designs would be amazing!

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  108. I would love to stitch a sampler for my new son's nursery! He is making his debut at the end of April and this would look so cute hanging next to his bassinet! plus i could use all of the other transfers for my older kids. They love when I embroider plain shirts for them :)

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  109. I would love to personalize my kids' sleeping bags with glow-in-the-dark names for our beginning of summer campout!

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  110. I would monogram some towels for my friend's upcoming wedding!

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  111. I would definitely make a sampler to spiff up my sad little cubicle. Also, my best friend is having a baby in May, so time to stitch them onesies!

    Embotter (at) gmail (dot) com

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  112. I have so many ideas!!! I think a pillowcase and some tea towels are in order. And I've always wanted to try out the glow-in-the-dark thread.

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  113. a towel for my mom's kitchen an epic alphabet pillow with my kidlet's name for her room! many thanks! tinarod515{at}gmail{dot}com

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  114. I would make a tea towel/ransom note, using the three alphbets. I'd want it to look like the ransom notes from the old crime movies where they're made from cut up newspapers and the like. Not sure what it will say yet, but probably something like: "We have kidnaped your toothbrush, and will not return it until the toilet seat is returned to the correct possition!"
    -Christine

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  115. I would make my newly graduated daughter something to hang on her wall in her new place---> she is moving out on her own in April! :)
    ~Chandra

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  116. I would embroider myself some awesome dish towels because I'm moving and in desperate need of kitchen supplies! Plus it would help my kids with their alphabet while helping to dry dishes! :D

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  117. I would for SURE use this awesometastic giveaway to add some more squares to the babyblanket that I'm stitching for my 6 month old. I have a bunch of Sublime patterns on there now but none of these! I could really use the Fridge Magnets one especially!

    jbender85@gmail.com

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  118. I would love to make some napkins and placemats. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  119. I would make some super snazzy (sparkly) monogrammed tea towels for me and the hubs.

    erin.vaden@gmail.com

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  120. Oh, my gosh, where to start?! I'd be all over those lamp motifs. I LOVE Danish Modern! So, maybe mix it up with some metallic highlights on some lamps for a cool sampler.

    duckythorn@gmail.com

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  121. I would love to make an art quilt to hang in my blank-walled newly painted studio! I'd love to win this... March is my birthday month as well and I could use some cheering up and a new project for a new year! I started stitching 5+ years ago when my daughter was a baby and I got Jenny's first published box set (the one that is now out of print and used copies are being offered at insane prices on Amazon). I've been collecting her patterns (I already have Tattoo Your Towels, but not the rest or any metallic thread) and following her career since. I am so grateful that her work introduced to me to what has been a great passion of mine!

    - Samantha Fine

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  122. Such a cute bundle! I need to get started on some new tea towels!!

    katieolivari@yahoo.com

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  123. Hmmm..I am thinking a fabulous t-shirt with some of these designs!
    Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Happy Birthday to Jenny, thank you for allowing to celebrate with you!

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  124. What would I make? What wouldn't I make?!? I'm thinking disco-style sampler, tattoo flash tea towels, glow-in-the-dark panties of the day - endless possibilities!

    nqthreadcraft@gmail.com
    nimblequick.blogspot.com

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  125. My sister just re-did her kitchen floor to ceiling, so I'd stitch her some new curtains to match!

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  126. I'd make some sweet shirts for my little guy dmwoolson at gmail dot com

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  127. First - Glow in the dark fridge magnets

    Second- A tattoo designed apron for my Grandmother

    Third - A cover for my notebook in which I keep all the pictures of decorating with vintage items

    cherrypicks.by.humboldtcherry(at)gmail(dot)com

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  128. How exciting! I'd fancy up some kitchen towels....though I do love me some embroidered pillowcases...!

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  129. Meg McG megmcgaffin AT yahooMarch 23, 2012 at 1:13 PM

    I'd make a sampler of all my mom and dad's grandkid's names in a scrabble/crossword format: Tori, Benjamin, Eli, Owen, Brody and Tamlyn. My mom would probably cry.

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  130. Ooh - I'd make nice glow in the dark lamp towel!

    estyra15 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  131. I have a few of Jenny's patterns, I would probably start with them, but using the glitter thread. Probably some towels for our camper, using the camper patterns.

    Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  132. I would love to make some dish towels to give as gifts

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  133. I'm new to embroidery and love it so now I'm trying to embroider everything I can. I think I would use these items to embroider a wedding gift(pillowcases, sheets, towels) and baby gift (blanket) for my best friend.

    catalaa (at) nmsu (dot) edu

    I absolutely love Sublime Stitching and Feeling Stitchy, you guys have really helped me get started! <3

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  134. Glow-in-the-dark, tattooed alphabet, dish-towel, fridge magnets for the win!!!!

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  135. That's easy, I would continue my quest for a fully embroidered house....ceilings, floors, walls, furniture, lamps, even the food in the fridge (with metallic details of course). Extreme? Maybe, but at least I would never be bored with a sampler like that!

    sburkphoto@yahoo.com

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  136. OMG! These are the patterns I have been thinking about purchasing! I'm currently reworking our extra room into a guest bedroom/office for myself and it's got a bit of an eclectic, colorful vintage vibe. I'm sure I could put these together to make a few fun pieces to hang in my new room!!

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  137. I want to make a banner for my friend's baby shower!

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  138. Well I'm expecting a baby any day now, and I think I could make a really kickin' embroidered onesie, bib and burp cloth set with these!!

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  139. I've moved 16 times since my mum had to sell her house when I was 6 years old. That's pretty much every year or two, so there was never really any time to decorate (even less so in college). But in a few months I'm moving into a duplex where I can paint my walls some color other than white, have a cat, and I finally have a yard to plant a garden for the first time in nearly 20 years! I would love to use this package to help decorate mah new pad so it becomes the home I've always dreamed of. I'm thinking...stitched roman shades, a gas furnace "shield" ala 19th century fireplace shields, cute or sassy framed stitches...anything. It's not just about decorating, it's also about using this opportunity to become a better stitcher. There's nothing quite like looking at all your work and seeing the progress you've made and getting that warm fuzzy feeling of pride and hopefulness.

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  140. I love that alphabet. I'd make it to hang up in my daughter's room.

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  141. I have a little grandson and would love to make something that glows in the dark for him. Maybe a quilt with his initials...

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  142. I would probably use the epic alphabet and use the glow in the dark thread to spell a would hidden in the alphabet. Then frame it! Well, that's one of many creative ideas running through my head.

    creativitylizette at yahoo dot com

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  143. I'd love to embroider the vintage lamps on some pillowcases.

    kwelk@hotmail.com

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  144. It would have to be an epic sampler! Thanks for the giveaway.

    sandy dot hardman at gmail dot com

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  145. So many things to make! I have no new ideas -- everyone that commented before me used all the ones that I had. So I guess it'd just be "stitch all the things"!!

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  146. Ok not sure why I came up as unknown when I signed in ok for the google ID ...? Posting again:

    I'm an embroidery newbie - just got my first supplies from Sublime Stitching - but I've been thinking about a pillow for our baby Molly's room. Something incorporating her name and birthdate with the tattoo designs would be amazing!

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  147. I would love to win this! I want to make some awesome pillows, some kitchen towels, and a totebag.

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  148. I'd love to make something for my kitchen or bathroom. Maybe some hand towels...

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  149. I'd love to stitch a pillow case with the glow in the dark thread - so fun!

    -Holly
    iamhollyb @ hotmail.com

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  150. I would love to get a kick-start for my stitching! Nice give-away!

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  151. OMG! I would embroid pretty much EVERYTHING!! :D

    grillchips76 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  152. I'd use that metallic thread for my heavy meatal pattern!

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  153. I would like to make some tattoo towles, maybe for the guest bathroom. Sounds fun!

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  154. I'd make some Towel Day towels.... it's coming up, and would be a perfect opportunity to show off some stitchery ;)
    Thanks for the comp

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  155. oooooh. I'd like to use the vintage lamps on lampshades, making 'meta lamps' - and the rest for assorted other things that aren't quite the usual.

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  156. um. in my excessive glee, I totally forgot to add my e-mail address. . . ooops. . .

    it's:
    katherine.jones13 at gmail.com

    one of those days. . .

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  157. Hmm... What would I make? Anything really! I am a complete newbie, so all of it is awesome to me! I would like to start with a pillowcase or tea towel most likely.

    whitney@girlmeetsbulgaria.com

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  158. I want to make an uber cool wall hanging for my nursery! Maybe a growth chart for baby! Yes!

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  159. I would make a sampler, like I want to do with all my Sublime Stitching patterns. Just plunk the sheet down on a demi towel or wall hanging & go to town. I think the metallic thread would look spectacular in an alphabet sampler or in the lamps.

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  160. Thanks for the chance to win! I'd like to make an epic sampler that celebrates my (almost) 6 year marriage!

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  161. I would totally do the magnets for my brother and sil for christmas! awesome!

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  162. Oh my heck! I'm so excited. I would probably make some sort of wall hanging or a throw pillow.

    aprilshecon(at)gmail(dot) com

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  163. I would make pillows, pillows and more pillows. Everyone needs something fresh this spring. Thanks for the giveaway, Kathie L in Allentown

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  164. I'd use the Tattoo Your Towels to make a few badass baby gifts for a girlfriend due in June.

    Thanks Jenny and Feeling Stitchy!

    StephAtTheBeach@aim.com

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  165. I'd love to win. I need some things to hang around the apartment. :)

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  166. My daughter loves fire works, the first thing I would make would be a picture of fire works using the glow in the dark and metallic threads together (so that they would look great whether the lights are out or not!)

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  167. Åh,jag skulle verkligen vilja vinna detta! That´s Swedish for: Oh, I really want to win this! I would like to make an embroidery with some smart saying like " It´s better to do something than nothing" and put it on a skirt.
    Best regards from Lena in Sweden
    lenahakanson@hotmail.com

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  168. I'd embroider my last name on a black Dickies jacket.

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  169. I'll make a frock design for my cute little neice!

    sumaiya.naseem@yahoo.com

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  170. I would love to make a family themed wall hanging for my mom to celebrate her 70th birthday!

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  171. I would embroider all the linens in my appartement(face cloth,dishtowel,bed sheet...)

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  172. The metallic threads would work wonderfully to create a stunning "painted" elephant!

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  173. I'd use the Epic Alphabet to stitch up a name plate for my office.

    robyn(dot)geddes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  174. I use Sublime Stitching's FABULOUS stuff to add pizazz to my kids clothes and all kinds of random things. I would make a rockin sampler for my 2 year olds room!

    Carrie211@gmail.com

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  175. Happy Birthday!!! I loved to use the glow-in-the dark thread to make a cute pop art piece. I think it would be fun and super cute too!

    melaniekeeler@yahoo.com

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  176. Oh bring on the fridge magnets! They look so cool! Love them! Want to make alphabet stuff for the boys while they are learning the alphabet! How fun!

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  177. Been dying for the fridge magnets pattern! I'd make something to go on the embroidery wall in my sons nursery!

    Thekelbel24@gmail.com

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  178. The magnets sound cool. I don't know exactly what I would make but it's a great stress release for me to stitch!

    jeanne_mcnamara@yahoo.com

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  179. I would embroider an apron with a skull wearing a chef's hat with my 14 year old daughter's name on it.
    (that's what I have planned anyway!)
    But, the glow in the dark would be really cool, and match the glow in the dark skeleton oven mitts she has

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  180. I'd love to make and EPIC glow in the dark sampler!

    Christina
    christinacmarie@yahoo.com

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  181. I want to make and embroid an awesome laptop case. It Will probibly include an octopus, an amadillo or à platapus in nice colors and glow in the dark details! I also want to make cool glow in the dark pillow cases

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  182. If I won, the Epic Alphabet transfers and a canvas bag would combine to make an Epic makeup bag... or two... or three!

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  183. Hey! Hey! Hey!(in my fat Albert voice)
    Girl, you just be givin away all over the place! All this talk about the sampler sounds just divine. Something in the bathroom, Hmmmm...

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  184. I'd love to make the Epic Alphabet for my daughter's room, but those Tattoo Towels would look great in my kitchen.... :) Itching to give these a try!

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  185. Two words: Heathers tribute. Not sure if it'd focus on the "Prom or hell?" theme or something Eskimo-related. But there would certainly be big hair, bigger shoulderpads, and epic attitude.

    scrap.paper.passport at gmail dot com.

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  186. Hello, I would make up the sampler and then turn it into a stuffed softie kitty! Yes I would cut it and re stitch it! Annmarie annmariefournier@ymail.com

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  187. what a great giveaway, thanks. I would make a sampler to frame for my grandsons bedroom using some of the really cool glow in dark thread
    viji

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  188. I've been dreaming up some cloth bags for school lunches and such with some funky napkins we found in my late FIL's home. These would be perfect for that project.

    Love the blog, by the way.

    Lucía
    luciakarine@wanadoo.es

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  189. I would love to embroider some vintage lamps on a lamp shade and add some of the awesome glow in the dark thread for after the lights go out!

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  190. I'd like to make an alphabet sampler to hang in my daughter's room. She's 8 months old now, and having a colorful alphabet on her wall would help her learn in the coming years.

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  191. i'm thinking some kind of name tags for bedrooms for the house i'm moving into in august! :) :)
    thanks for the give away opportunity :) nicola_pearce@live.co.uk

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  192. I could do alot with this bundle, but first I would make a mid-century style pillow cover using the Vintage Lamp transfers with accents of the metallic thread. I've yet to try the metallic thread, so that would be especially interesting.

    msksday@sbcglobal.net

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  193. What a great giveaway! I'd use the magnet alphabet to stitch a fun tote as a gift for a friend.

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  194. OOH! Maybe a retro lamp one!!!!

    macandpeeg@yahoo.com

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  195. Holy Cheddar! I think I would just whip up some hoops to hang on the wall with all that goodness!

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  196. Awesome! I would make a sampler and make it into a pillow or wall hanging.

    Karina Ascencio

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